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Hotel Ibis Brisbane

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Accommodations


 
 
 
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Accommodations - Hotel Ibis Brisbane. Copyright Hotel Ibis Brisbane.

* Standard 1 queen bed

Oversized and airconditioned, the comfortable Standard Room boasts contemporary design and a great queen-size bed. It also features a large desk area, broadband internet access and in-room movies. Up to 2 adults. No rollaway.

* Standard 2 queen beds

Oversized and airconditioned, the comfortable Standard Room boasts contemporary design and two great queen-size beds. It also features a large desk area, broadband internet access and in-room movies. No rollaway.



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Overview



Ibis Brisbane is conveniently located in the centre of the city, within easy walking distance of the Queen Street Mall shopping precinct, Treasury Casino, South Bank Parklands, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland Performing Arts Centreand Roma Street Transit Centre. The hotel features 218 rooms, a restaurant and bar. Guests also have access to food and beverage outlets and conference facilities at the neighbouring Mercure Hotel.

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Review date:   July 31, 2018 10:06AM
 
Review:   Great location. We were attending an event at the Mecure and there is a passage way that joins the hotels together which is awesome. The beds are comfortable with plenty of room. Parking is not ideal as your can't reserve a spot before getting to the hotel. Great value accommodation!
 
Author:   Scott Bowler
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   July 28, 2018 10:59PM
 
Review:   very clean. Friendly staff. 24 hr check in. Really comfortable beds. Excellent location. 2 min walk to a 7eleven for cheap snacks and breakfast pastries. Wld 100% stay again. Only negatives are weak fan in bathroom and bring your own pillow as theirs are too high and have no support.
 
Author:   Marianne Y
 
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Review date:   July 26, 2018 9:46AM
 
Review:   Having an excellent breakfast when hiking a city is important to me, and the Ibis shines in the mornings. There is a broad selection of hot foods, with English style egg, bacon and sausage trays among some Asian options. There are two rows of fruit and yogurt options, plus juices, croissants and dry cerals or pancakes. No hot oatmeal but the rest is great. Worth the price and kept me going all day time, perhaps for you too. Lifts have card swipe security though the middle one malfunctioned for me even after recoding card. Lift s are fast, too, so no problem taking a high floor. Carpets are short commercial office type and there were visible stains. Cleaning was good to excellent depending on who did it that day, with slightly varying styles. Boxed wraps and a curry option from the front desk were not cheap, but good and convenient. Location is excellent, as expected, a short walk from Queen St mall or the Victoria bridge to the South Bank cultural Paradise and river cruises. Paint on walls could use a refresher and entrance needs a more obvious sign for Ibis -- it is easy to walk right by without noticing. Staff friendly both on floor and at desk. Price competitive at $100 /night but at 130 you might do better than this basic value.
 
Author:   Jeremy Lewis
 
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Review date:   June 23, 2018 10:55AM
 
Review:   Loved the bed! The room was so quiet and dark. A massive improvement over the 'Hotel Riverside' at southbank which I stayed at for two nights before. The bed was so uncomfortable :( the buffet breakfast at ibis is very basic but satisfying, just right. Will be back.
 
Author:   Leanne van Rensburg
 
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Review date:   July 28, 2018 5:24AM
 
Review:   Budget side of Mercure Hotel. Car access can be a bit of a pain as address is actually Turbot St and not 95 North Quay which is on some of their info. Often busy with cars and people. Great central location for those who are walkers. Verrry friendly and helpful staff. Rooms and facilities reliably clean and functional at the higher end of good. As a refurbished rather than new hotel, also probably a bit more spacious than others of same brand .
 
Author:   Stephen LACAZE
 
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